The Top 10 Cornhole Blog Posts of 2019

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We took a look at the top blog posts of the past year to find out what you wanted to learn more about. They were mostly about cornhole – how to play, how to finish cornhole boards, the differences between bags, and more – except for one about another popular tailgate game, the washer toss game.

Take a look back so you can step up your game in 2020.

Ten Frequently Asked Cornhole Questions: Bags, Distance, Rules, Boards

This blog post has a little bit of everything: how scoring works, what a “foul bag is,” how rain affects cornhole boards, the official specs for cornhole tournament boards, and a lot more.

Whether you are brand new to cornhole or have been playing for years, this post offers somethings for everyone.

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Cornhole tournament

How to Play Cornhole

This entry definitely deserves a spot in the top 10. Because if you’re going to play cornhole, you need to know the rules and regulations. Find out which size boards you need to play with, how far apart to space your boards, the type of cornhole bags you should play with, and how to keep score.

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Regulation Cornhole Boards: Size vs Construction vs Materials

Go big or go home… right? Well… when it comes to cornhole boards, there are a couple of sizes you can choose from. Is the bigger size right for you? In this post, we break down the pros and cons of the two sizes so you can make the right choice for you and your style of play.

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3 Types of Cornhole Bags: How to Choose the Perfect Bag

Once you finalize your choice of board – size, type, design – the hard part is over, right? Well, not quite. Now you have to pick from three types of cornhole bags. Discover the differences between classic corn-filled bags, all-weather resin-filled pro bags, and all-weather light up bags. We even offer some helpful hints on how to properly throw a cornhole bag.

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Two stacks of cornhole bags

What are Cornhole Bags Made of? Fabric vs Corn vs Resin Fill

Still curious about cornhole bags? We take a deeper dive into the outer and inner materials you might encounter. The different materials have a variety of effects on what happens when the bag hits the board. If you’re still unsure of which bags to snag, this will help you decide.

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How to Finish a Cornhole Board

Did you build your own set of cornhole boards? Or were you gifted a DIY set over the holidays? Get all the tips and trick for finishing the boards with polyurethane or polycrylic. For example, find out how many coats of poly it takes to get a nice, smooth finish.

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Cornhole Board Wraps: Pros, Cons, and How to Apply Your Own

Cornhole board wraps are a great way to make your boards stand out. However, if you mess up the application, your game will never be the same. Get the list of supplies you’ll need to apply a wrap and step-by-step instructions. You’ll also learn why the weather might change your mind on going this route of finishing your cornhole boards. If you like playing outdoors in the summer, you definitely want to take note.

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Who Makes The Best Cornhole Boards in the World?

Spoiler alert: It’s Slick Woody’s Cornhole Co. However, we give you all the details to backup why this is true. From the quality of construction to the pros that use our boards, we discuss everything. Find out what set us apart from other brands that claim to sell the “top” cornhole boards in the industry.

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Alternative Names for Cornhole

Cornhole. Bean bag toss. Soft horseshoes. The list doesn’t stop there. This is a fun post about the different names people call the game of cornhole. What do you call it?

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Washer toss tailgate game from Slick Woody's Cornhole Co.

How To Play Washer Toss

If you’re looking for another tailgate game to add to your repertoire, washer toss is the one! It’s gaining popularity at football games, in backyards and beyond. Find out how to set it up and play, how scoring works, and more. You’ll even learn about its similarities to cornhole.

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